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DULY 58. TSI-WEETLT $3: WEEKLY $5
W.Br.iKITH. A.e.CAP. TwO.
SMITH, CAMP & CO., Proprietors.
V. HY. SMITH and IRA P. JONES, Editors.
Offieo !Yo. 16, f t t t l Deaeerlck Street.
ROBERT HATTON, of Wilson.
T. X. ZOLLICOITEB, of Davidson.
A. F COI F.
jomci'ii i,. i:unc
roe jotur airaasruraTiva,
IIEXRY JIASEI' ofl Maon.
fteutlieru Tarlfle llallrond.
IT) copy below an srticlo from the New
Orleans Picayu e to wliidi ar adJetl remarks
bj the American RnlroiJ Journal. We com
mend tbera to tlieattention of all who fl ary
Interest in tbe cms! motion of tMs road, or
who may wish to iJ it by contributing to it
capital stock. Mer-sra. Hobs x & Viitk, are
agents of tbe company in Nashville. Tliey
Lave we learn disposed of tb greater jortin
of tbe stock alloted to our city ; no if there le
any of our readers wbo are- iurliiieJ to take a
part of that which remain they ohould not
Tbe extraordinary Iiu1u(emeit. oftVreJ to sub.
crib -r startle some poo J Ir etui of t!t eKtfi jrio
by their very maciutuJ, They cu almost to
pprrbeod tb.tt tlu-re may be otuttaiu unreal In
such magnificent I'ro-prv's, uneip'aluett ot
stacle, a comliiioii w'li.'li it w i . 1 he hra tit fulfill,
or route burJcn which it i!l be very dirti.-ull to
carry, tint may materially lease ti tue apparent
value of tlie grants. It rxjuirve out a cardial ex
aialnation ol thvuroeiit opeu to to J:apte
uch ilea. Tlie- ritjht of the rojtipait aro J.riv-
ei from public act vii charier which, are opeu to
tbe inspection of every UJv; and" itt tv; Jtiioia,
ltiteutioiia, ani plat' are Livi Jou ia prilled r.
porta, plainly and without the !'-t reserve. Soth
log ia bel J b ek or ctAi'ceaioJ, at-J we tn here ttif re
is nothing apparel' t!v v-acvire or t:Ku.t'vu, thai
Cannot te nude eut rely sa'.Lvfao'.oM ou proper ea
atnitiatiou of kuo'J patera am auiieulk'alt. J tuta.
Some ot thcae m -I'.itn iich fcv aevtueJ quite
puzzling to utajy, ivoi, et'.er eatuinielve, e
treraety simple. Atu.i ibe ;'.up-et oi tur-,
when properly explu kJ, ar the true ctaraeler ot
the suvk. itauoi, aud ise renvoi a t.w giv iu it tile
lortu k uki-a, lo til coiu'oou pprvbu!ou,
is aJciuiiFj al n.vt:c'u The u'-'ecntsf re ar
ou'y ik.j tvr a pa o;ol pr ceut ou a aS
ecriputni tor euo . a iare of e:xi rtStfv at KV ia
vaiue, auvl lacre s aa M't itTtjk'.o oa t2e prt of
tbe ouaia.'i, cirss'.i oj l Uce ol toe ert.a
ci :U,i, uui uo turi'ar pi uout ie vrr tiJ
tor To '.3d vij prvciae 7 , 'e lie t.MTiu
of ibe cvr'ac;d u eaca jcr. 1; La aa t.i-
SCiTSSSA FA JIT! C SAILSJAD COMPANY.
I-)C--TfKrt"U by tie Le;s-'a:urj of l Su.e ot
Texas. FaOraary, grUw:i5 3,li'.' acre
IocrJ grait, aerte per aiile, by a;t of
80;h Jiaa.r. 1;54.
Et it i7u,m, Tut U ecuiled to
sh.res ol oae hua irvi JoLHrs each ia te capiul
sioci ot tbe Su.r,era Paaij KiioaJ CompaLy,
repreneuticg aili'ueua.a, iuur.-jj, pr.nlew.UuOa
Lti other property ot the cooipiay, tr.i:isteraU e
only oq tbe books of the c jmp.uy by tim ur hia at
torney, on the surrea Jer of ti cer. ideate.
On each of tueae ebarea Fe DoiUra bare been
paid, sua no fui ther call or aawresm.-ut can or thail
be made on the block represented by tLU ctrnti
cate. to be aiDed by their preaidcnl aud secretary,
Xew York,, 1666.
-, St cretary.
Tbe inquiry is frequently nude why this stock is
rated at one hundred dulluia a shurd to be subrciib
ei for w hen only Cve dollars a ehare ia all thut will
eerb wanted wlij was noittie ncctbsary aruouul
which will be neded, estiuiited (or an J raised by a
subscription loratotkaainoruiiiary case by the
capital bbould Le made so 1 irgo, and the proportion
ate payaieLts on it eo small, iurftead of aaaes-iugthe
capital at a Bm.uer fisure and abking payuiuut in
Tbe reasons are plain and easily intelligible by
tloe wbo look into the charter of the company,
and consider tbe lare amount and peculiar descrin
Ciou of menus which have been put in o their hands
by the ute oi lexas lor the completion ot the
wo:k. These cjuU not be organiudor diaiributed
cn auy oth- r pUn.
Tuo capital ol the company does not consist ot
any fixed sum, nor ia t iere, any limitation in tbe
churter to any specific amount. It simply euacla
tbat the Capital ol the company snail cous.at ot
"all us piope.rty, rel and pereoual, iranchieis and
rights to property ;" an J tuattbese aballOe divided
in "fch.r.s ot 10U each."
The (raLCiii.ee of the company are of great value;
but they can be eatimated a frtock only for what
toer co-t. The biata bounty, and eapecully tbe
munificent land granta, couautute ttie propeity and
right to property, wbicb are eo mucb cpiul to the
company, to be realized from lime to time ae tbe
woik advances every sale of lands and investment
in tbe building of tbe road being so much realized
of in Jcfiuile and made fixed capital. These resoui
cea are the properly to which the stockholders be
come entitled ou subscription. Tbe become
joint owuers of the wbole of this vast cupital
on the condition only of inventing an additional
sum, which ia to th estimated coat of the road as
five to oue hundred. Willi tuie as the iuutory
fcrce, it ia computed that tbe whole " capital" will
bj put into activity fioui time to lime aa u ia need
ed,aod the wbole work be completed with a surplus
of irofitsj large that it eouuds like romance to
xpieis the must limited amount iu figures. All
this it, however, tbe capital of tue romp my under
the cbarter, and his propoiliou of it, accoruiug to.
Lie interest in tue stock, Li tbe propeity ot every
Stockholder, lie ia asked for no more ibao five
per ceut. tpja Lie aubaenpuon, because five par
Out is ettimaled to be all the cah advaucea wtiicli
Cau be needed in tbe inception oP tbe euurpiUe.
I o its progresail will lake cure of ilaeif uiuuiucei-t-
That these shares should be rated at some parti
cular value was required by the charter ; it was a
necessity in order to maiuuiu the proper relations
of stockholders iu iutereeu among tliemsclves. The
ebarea couli not be valued at tha mere money rub
kcripiiuns, fur the elartiug of the work under the
new orgsiaizttiou, for there were franchises to be
estimated, receipts aud expenditures to be account
ed for, aud iuvaluaole but indefinite right to be
taken into a pariuerahip account- The charter re
quired a diuibution iuto t-hi res of $100 eacb, and
tual was aa convenient a figure as any upon which
to deleruiiue the dietnbuiiou among tbe corporators
of tbe capital slock, property, rights of property,
and franchises tbat grow out of the charier aud its
The coat ol the road cannot 'lefinitely be fixe J,
tbe weans to complete it are not doubted to be am
ple, and mcrtar-iiig as tbe woik inereaaef, and wiil,
probably, in much g. eater ratio. The road with its
as ft, ia ft! e measure of the capital nock of the
company. It baa been taken aa a iueaur of value
that the coat will not exceed sixty millions of dol
lars, aud that is tlu bams lor disiriujuoti of iu
tereat among sbareaholdere. If the lands shall pro
duce only euougb, aiib tbe caah ub-ripliou., to
pay the bixty millions, tbe dock wi.l be lull p i 1
up without an aJdit.oiul dollar from the sharebul 1
cr. Ilia five do-Ura will have brought bini oue ben
dred. Ilia payment is s mply the purc!ae of a
joint owner.b p in an eiucrpnae, which eil.i'jita
these means and prospects. Ii is a k y whic h ivis
kiuaeu1r4i.ee, as joint proprietors, upon a aiaguifia
cant domain already provided with the force to cul
tivate and eubkliatt iieelf.
TL Hail Eoad Journal adds to th above
tbe following remarks
The rrreiJeni, iu Lit ad Iresa, statoa that of tbe
twelve millions of stock authorised to be issued by
tbe above resolutions, and ou wh ct only fire dol
lars p r share is required to be paid, upwar s of
seven mnboua, or eevauiy millioua aaarai-, Lav
bn Ukco at New Orleans.
Tia road is rapiJIy projTslng. Twenty mil.-s
only is required to be Dniabod ty the 16 h of Feb
ruary. Oi these ten nub ai cow traded and
ready for tt.e cioja-tus aud rails. Twetij-b
hundred tone of rails Lave b en purchas -d aud paid
fr; of wbjuh upwaidi of twuty!our bund d
tone isve beo auipped to Ibe point el deaunatioo
a; whirb they are beded.
Coiitraoi Lave been made, anJ eufEeleol force
is n )w at oi k upon the road, to comj lete, not ot-ly
tue temy mils .bove required, butalleaai tei.-ty-five
milea by ibe tiu e abova d aigoated. Ibe
CL aiter, and all ibedouaUwia of Uuoe, privileges
aud r glue g reo by are ibue, Uyoud uowbt, se
cured to tbe company.
Hazird, the def.u tin; tck cleik, io Boston, aa
It turns out, has rpent f 79,000 in lottery ticket
and draw a p.lio aauBria to 1129,000.
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FEIDAY, JUNE 12, 1357. '
Tbe Tariff and the Public Landa.
When our neighbor of tbe Union and
American, first urged the increase of the
tariff, against our proposition, that the
States shall share equally in the bencGts
and advantages of the public lands, a "high
protective tariff," seemed to be its greatest
fear. Through this medium all the evils of
the measure were to be filtered. By a sim
ple reference to the distinction between
protection and revenue duties, we dissi
pated this groundless alarm. Our neigh
bor drops the protection humbug, and
upon the question of a simple and slight
increase of the tariff, draws a most vivid
and horrifying picture of taxation making
the inexorable tax-gatherer the great scare
crow, in the business. He runs his eye
over the financial reports of the country,
and discovers, that salt and woolens, iron
and sugar, aro among tho first subjects of
taxation. He presents to his readers a
tubular statemnit of the amount of reve
nue derived from these and other sources,
and with an indignation and strength of ex
pression, mrily surpassed, denominates it
a "system of stealing money from the pock
"ets of the unsuspecting, in order that they
"may be deluded with the idea of escaping
"direct taxation. AVe purposely deuomi
"uate the system stealing, because as tho
"Tatkiot says, 'there aro thousands of
"meu in Tennessee who do not know
" any thing about tho duties on im
'ports.' We aro inclined to think the
" fever of indignation has carried our
"neighbor beyond tho limits of proprie
ty. Finding the position of tho American
party impregnable, so long as the past poli
cy of the democratic party, both in respect
to the tariff and the public lands, shall
be continued, he turns with singular grace
lessness, upon his own party. For the last
ten years the democracy have had the
work of making tariffs in their own hands.
They have arranged the duties, which
have produced the very results, of which
our neighbor so bitterly complains, Mr.
Foix's administration fashioned that of
IStS, under which we have the table
presented by our neighbor; and that of
157 , by Mr. Pierck's. by which, our neigh
bor sjiys, "those duties were, iu some re
spects, modified, but not materially chang
ed." What excuse is there under heaven,
for the democracy, for continuing this sys
tem, when they have had the government
ia the'r own power this "system of steal
ing money from the pockets of the unsus
pecting?'' What do the people of Tennes
see think of that party, which has made the
tariff, and by which the pockets of the peo
ple have been filched, but still continue it?
Will you not "distrust the candor of that
man" who lifts up his voice and warns you
of evils, but is at the same time rivetiDg
those very evils upon you by the very means
which he condemns?
The truth is, this is all sheer humbngge
ry. The Union and American knows, that
the government must be supported, and
that the 'people must pay the expense, in
one shape or another. And-the people are
honest enough to be willing to pay it, and
we have heard no complaint from the peo
ple, upon the subject. It is true that the
democracy have levied such a rate of du
ties, as that they have yielded a revenue,
largely in excess of the current wants of
the government, and by which a system of
corruption and extravagance has been set
on foot, at which the common honesty of
the people revolts. By this"system of steal
ing money from the pockets of the unsus
pecting," the expenses of the government
have reached the enormous sum of but lit
tle less than stventy three millions per annum.
"We purposely denominate the system
stealing," because the present democracy
have, under this system, not only thus ob
tained the people's money, "that they may
be dehided with the idea of escaping direct
taxation," but that they may also dispense
with the public lands, and build up the
States North and West of us, that the
rights of the South may be placed at a dis
count when opposed by government patron
age and government aid at the Xorth. This
course has been pursued, the South has
been thoroughly and effectually throttled,
by the avarice and fanaticism of the North,
and is now fainting and dying for want of
breath in Kansas and other territories
The government, according to democratic
theory and practice, can lavish its bounty
with unstinted hand upon Iowa, Wiscon
sin, Minnesota, Ac. ; can yield np the pub
lic lands, alid resort to the tariff on sugar
and iron, and the manufactures of cotton
aud woollens, for this purpose; but when the
South, when Tennessee, 6teps forward and
demands her share, the ovtcry is made that
an attempt is about to be made to gain
dishonest possession of the people's money
forsooth of the 4 'leathern purse" of the
staid farmer. "Quousque tamdem abut ere'1
kc. How long will you strive to delude
the people with such flimsy pretensions to
economy? How long abuse their patience,
with such arrant humbuggery? How long
d you expect to play upon the popular
credulity, by such unmitigated sophistry,
aad ill-concealed hypocrisy?
The democratic tariff theory has uni
formly iHTsiited in discarding all discrim
ination in fixing the tanff. Nothing
short of an ad valorem duty would satisfy
them. According to this basis, as a mat
ter of course and of necessity, those articlei
of foreign importation, which are most in
dispensable and most univesally used, will
yield the greatest amount of revenue.
Under it, the manufactures of cotton,
woolen, iron, steel, 6ugartc., supply the
greatest amount of duties. And yet the
democracy busy themselves with compiling
tables to show this fact, and to hold op to
the detestation of the people, the very
work they themselves have done. They
call that an outrage, which they them
selves have perpetrated. We exempt the
masses of the democracy from these charges ;
but that such is the fact concerning their
leaders, those, who have made the tariff
Iaw, is indisputable. And we respectful
ly tubmit to them, whether or not such
facts, aro not suiUcitnt to cauie tlem to
tarn from that . party which has thus de
ceived them, with loathing and disgnst.
inns article lias a specific object." It
is not to decry oar tariff laws; it is not to
say that the people shall live in, and share
the benefits and protection of this govern
ment, without contributing to its support
and maintenance; but it is to expose the
duplicity, inconsistency and hypocricy of
the leaders of that party, which after bring
ing us info a given position, seek to avoid
the responsibility, by shifting it on to anoth
er not only 60, but upon the future contin
gency of the action of that other party.
CS Probably there is nothing, unless
it be office, to which Gov. Johnson is more !
attMheufe. Us ..reposition, . amed '
the constitution Of the United States, and
I S w rite basis svstPm. Tn Wl, f VT
canvasses for Governor he maintained
them, aud in his two messages to the legis
lature he urged the former upon the consi
deration of tho representatives of the peo
ple. In case the democracy carry the Leg
islature this summer, it is proposed, in 6ome
quarters, that he shall take tho place of
Gov. Jones in the Uuited States Senate.
Would ho not, in that body, do all he
could to press his darling project of amend
ing the constitution through Congress? He
would find ready and willing instruments
the re, iu the black reblican members, who
would gladly join auy one in a war of any
sort upon the constitution which stands as
a barrier to prevent their " crushing out "
the rights of the South. The confederates
might not be successful, but they could give
the country considerable trouble. But, is
Johnson to have a " sure thing of it " in
the event of a democratic majority in the
Legislature ? Are all other aspirants to
be thrust aside for him ? Is Johnsonian
democracy the ruling element of the party ?
What say thoso who, like the democratic
candidate for Governor, Gen. Harris,
openly repudiate Governor Johnson's pro
positions mentioned above ? Will they
stand by Gen. Harris, and back him up in
the issue between himself and Gov. John
son, or will they suffer the latter to triumph
to run over them rough shod ? The
people of Tennessee arc deeply interested
in this matter. They see that, since the
Supremo Court has intervened to protect
the South in her constitutional rights, the
black republicans and abolitionists of all
grade, have, following in the footsteps
of Governor Johnson, commenced a crusade
against the Judges of the Court, and de
mand an amendment of the constitution
that they may get at and punish the Judi
ciary. With these startling facts staring
them in the face, they surely cannot aid in
any way the movement to foist Andrew
Johnson into the Uuited States Senate.
Gen. Harris on the endorsement of I he
' We hive heretofore alluded to the extraordina
ry speech of Gen. Harris in thi-tcity, when he attack
ed Hatton for voting tor this measure. We stated
that the memorial urginz the Legislature to pa9
this very bill, was signed by Harris himself, and yet
he now attacks Uutton for doing the very thir g he
"prayed" him to do. But there is another hitori
cal item connect' d with this matter and we allude
to it to refresh the memory of some of Gen. Har
ris' political friends. Judge King, the S.iir-Nicht
candidate for the Legislature, and J. K. Walker,
thi ir candidate for the Senate, and we believe, Mr.
Lamb, a former candi late, went to Xasbville to get
this very bill pissed by the House. King and Wal
ker wet.t and tbe bill pus-ied. Gen. Harris was re
quested to go ; he hesitated on account of pressing
private engagements, but so well assured a our
Mayor that the General would goto Nashvill.-, that
h- 1 -ft a check for two hundred aud fifty dcllirs at
Lis office for his use in defraying nis expenses. The
cheek remained there some days, and was only de
stroved when Gen. Harris announced that it wauin
possible for him to leave Lome, on account of pri
When Gen. Harrs alludes, as he will, to this sub
ject in Eist Tennes-see, let him sl-o remerob- r the
memorial, nl the check lor two nunurea ana nity.
Crwln Crop of lite South.
It is now general'y un lerftood that the grain
pro-pect of tbe country is good, though of course
all ectiniates in regard to the Indian com product
are vet entirely premature. Tbe present weather,
if somewhat cool for the season, cannot be said to
be otherwise than very favorable. Al:ernate shower
and aun-lnne will be excellent for the rnniz?, and
Lus certainly retored much of the injury threaten
ed to the wheat by the severe winter and back
ward spring. Thw, it i admitted, isalmoH every
where at pirr.t, and throughout the great grain
growing Slates of the North, Northwest, ardWest,
where the prospect was at no time during the sea
son so discouraging a iu the South, there an be
little to fear henceforth, except from too continued
moisture. Tne wheat crop there may be said to
be an accomj I s.'d fact, with t'ie assistance only of
an average of suusbine, and But stracting a little
for the invasions of insect depredators aud tiimlir
iiul lents. Nothing, however, seems to render it
at all probable that there i 1 not be an immense
yii ld, much above an average, on account of the
great extent of land seeded in the Stales tpken
But we designed more p irtieulirly to refer to the
prospect io iba South. In this quarter there ap
peared much reasofT in April to fear a deficiency.
T l is ol course wouli not very greatly afT. ct the
general supplr ia the country, as the Southern
States, except in two or three instances, are not
mainly dependent upon their grain product. But
it could have produced permanent evil, iu our j udg
ment, in a direction where we find most reaaon to
deplore such a result. The tide of grain culture
ha been gradually flowing southward for some years
pist. This year particularly, it is stated, the area
needed has been unusually hrge, induced by the
success which La already made Georgia a competi
tor ia the race and the port of Charleston a source
of Spanish suppy.
A disislrous check then, stthe outset, upon this
growing resource of Southern prosperity snd en
terprise, miht be felt for along timetocome. The
southward tide of crain culture bears too much of
hope upon it billows for the prospect of in encoun
tering an adverse current not to excite alarm. There
is vior and regeneration in its progress, and
the philanthropist no le.s than tbe political econo
mic finds reasou to rejoice in it. It is the gradual
operation of a law wboae fleets will be as benefi
cent to society as upon the products of the st i'.
Interlying the enervate luxuries of the tropics and
the Lardy necessaries of the temperate zone is a
region whose reclamation from tobjeco and a barr
ly life-auslaiuing compromise between cot' on and
corn, is a desideratum. Thia region is now per
haps to be found between Maryland and tbe south
ern lioe of Ihe Carolinas. There seerr.s reason to
infer it may rontmoe an almoft imperceptible ten
dency toward tbe native meridian ot tbe negro race
and the luxuries proper wbicb lie beyond the great
st.ple of cot.on, rice and sug ir as at present defin
ed. In this view of the esse, it !i sn additional source
of j y to ramark tbat the grain prospect of the
Sooth bas recovered, in a general view, from the
disaster which menaced It, snd is now eminently
promising. There are a few detricte, of course, aa al
ways, where local adverse causes Lave operated an
favorably. These rp r to be principally i l Vir
ciuie and are of very limited extent, a even ia that
Stale the prospect is very good. But ia North Ca
rolina, Georgia, Teunesee, Kento ky, and such
portions of the States south of them as are favora
ble lor tbe culture, the prospect ia not only pro
t ouoced good, but tbe oouual area seedeJ, It is
said, will make the yield very large. Earnestly do
tretiUat ito adverse influence may supervene.
ItaltuHort Ami fie.
fSTbw convrodoa of. tbe Importer of
earthen and chinaware ot tbe United Sta'e,
wbicb Is to be held ia Philadelphia oo t?i 23th
int , proiniae to be very largely attended.
Over three hundred invitations have been
aenr,tblrty-flveof wbicbTiaveJbeafo transmitted
to E:-!ui, and ever one hundred bave signi
fied their intention to be preeeut. I'uricg tbe
tay f Ibe invited quote a grand banquet
will be fciveti at ooe oi the large lotxlt or wLe
of tbt f'UliiO bailj.
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. Tre-m the 1onlsvJUe Journal.
The AVaabington Riot.
Tbe following letter, from a Kentnckian In Wash
ington and an eye witness of the terrible slaughter
there on the 1st iosL, conveys a clearer idea of tha
real state of the ca9e than any of the newspaper ac
counts we have yet seen. It is a plain, unvarnish
ed statement of facts, written by a respectable and
reliable citizen of onr own State, and ia entitled to
full credence. Language is too poor to express tbe
utter horror end detestation which peaceable law
abiding citizens must feel for such heedless, heart
less, inhuman, and atrocious conduct as is here at
tributed to the drunken officials, whose fierce par
tizan zeal has occasioned the indiscriminate murder
of men, women, and children :
WisrnjiOT0!f, June 4, 1857.
To tlie Editors of th Louisville Journal ;
Ocntlceen: iiot knowing what report you msy
haTe received of 'be terrible tfagedv which occur-
D,e 'tatement, which can be sworn to by hundreds
re.iao.e ana responsK-te citizens.
Tho stU"menta of the Daners of thia ritv ftha
J "grave Itit lligencer" not excepted) represent the
mourniui degradation to wbicb American born citl
izens have been reduced by the nod and conenr-
rence ol our Chief Magistrate, by the applause and
approval of the foreign population and by the hope
of gin, rapine, and plunder, too freely indulged in
ry tbe party now in power at the Federal Metropo
lis. Ther bus not been to this date a single true
statement in regard to ihe more important features
of the autir by a paper from this city ; though pos
sessing every a Ivautage to gain the whole truth
there has not been a statement but has been in di
rect antagonist to the evidence elicited at the Cor
oner's inqtiPMt, held on the bodies of the unfortu
nate victims of our drunken Mayor and his abettors.
The facts in the case are -imply as follows: A
large crowd of Irish voters collected around the
polls of the first precinct of the Fourth ward, be
tween the hours of 8 and 9 o'clcck on the morning
ing of the day of tbe election, and forming a line,
two and two, filling the little avenue thiough which
the voters pissed and extending back some 15 pa
ces aloni; tbe sidewalk. As is usual in times of
election, a crowd of men and not 8 assembled in the
street about the polls, and raised some excitement
by crying fight, fibt," rushing from one side of
tht! ctreei to the other, in the direction of tbe cry.
A Justice of the Peace, by the name of Goddard,
inteifered with the boys and insisted on thtir keep
iug the peace, when there was no signs of disturb
ance, and only a little sham fichtin''. He endeav
ored to make some arrests ; this incensed the boys,
aud the consequence was that a stone was thrown
at some one and then another followed and anolti
The Irish in the line becoming alarmed took to
their heels and were followed by a sbovcr of stones
and a few pistol shots were exchanged by the par
lies, though no one was eriouly damaged. Ibe
polls were then closed for about 15 minutes, but
not exceeding that lime, when order was restored,
and tho receiving of votes resumed.
The Mayor arrived on the ground aout the time
when tbe polls wire re-opened and was aware tbat
perfect peace had been ri stored, but, notwitbstand
ing this fict, finding that the Irisu had been driven
on, be determined on vengeance and immediately
dispatched a messenger to the Presideut, imploring
bun to call out tbe Marines. tbe order was
promptly aud willingly given by bis honor and the
Mayor proceeded to bave the m nines brought
from the Navv Yard. Some three hours or more
elapsed before the arrival of the Government troops,
and during (hat time there had been no disturbance
but tho beating of oue Irishman, wbo bad attempt
ed to vote illegally. When it was announced in
the streets that the military had arrived; numbers
of the most respectable citizens followed them to
tue Fourth ward polls to observe what action should
be taken when there was no net going on
Very fortunately for the plans ot the Mayor and
bis abbettors, the boys had brought to the ground
a sin ill brasa cannon, which, although loaded was
wet, and c uld not bave been bred; the Mayor oi
dered the military to charge the gun they made
a biave charge and took the gun, the boys r treat
ing in all directions. Incited to more daring deeds
by this victory, he cave the word "Fire," to the
otticer iu cbaig-' tbe officer raised his sword aud
tbe slaught'. r began.
The c.tizei.s retreated precipitately iu ell direc
tions, but were fired into while retreating. Tbe
smoke cleared away but a sight remained the
dead and dying and wounded strewed the ground.
Tbe piercing cry of " Good God ! I am dead I " ft 11
with heart sickeuing sadness on the ear of the be
holder. Old men, women, children, and negroes,
all fared alike. Oue old man was killed iu tbe se
cond story of his owu hous ., one cr two children
were shot at a distance of two or three squares. A
few pistol shots were fired by tbe boys as they re
treated, aud two of the Manues were wounded.
These are facia there was no rioting, and no
disposition to riot; there was no warning given to
the cit zens to disperse; there was no riot act read;
there were no blank cartridges fired that have been
ascertained; but a reckless aad diabolical Order for
an iudiscrimiuate blaughterof harmless and inoffen
sive citizens. There is great excitement here, but
uot the spirit that ahould be manifested. When
martiul law is resorted to for murderous party pur
poses, and ciliz.'us are shot down in the ir owu bouses
aud the perpetrators of the deed, horrible aud black
us It is, are huded to the skies and their crime pro
tected by the Chief Magistrate of our country, tueu
forbearauce censes to be a virtue, aud au outraged
public should rise and blot out tne serpents lioiu
our midst. The time has come when it is a dis
grace to be an American born citizen and wheu the
foreign party even dare to shoot us ilowa around
our owu hearth stones, and that too by the hands
of their Lircd slaves. Kcspecvfully, C. M. A.
From the Liverpool Times.
Laok Shipment or Cattle fkou England to
thk Unitko Statks. Au extensive and valuable
consignment of breeding stock was shipped on
Wednesday for Philadelphia iu the (hip George,
C.iptaiu Macloon. 1 he stock comprised 82 head ol
short horned cattle, Sjvaldab'e horses, 25 sheep, and
25 pigs. All the aninmls are of the best breeds and
have been selected without regard to expense, in
Encl.iod, Ireland and Scotland. The task of selection
devolved on Dr. Johns, Captain Brawn and Mr. Ja
robv, who were sent over here by the Illinois Cat
tl.i Imparting Association. The cattle are to be
distributed exclusively in the State ot Illinois, with
a view to the improvement of the breeds id that
Stute by crosses with the best blood to be obtained
in this country. Io proof of the value of high
bred English cattle in the United State, it may be
mentioned that 250 guinea was paid f..r one year
oil heifer, and that the cost of the 82 animals, in
cluding their freight ami provision to the port of
destination, will not be far short of 8,000. The
horses are from celebrated stud', snd most of the
cattle have taken pr x s at'various agricubural shows.
The shipment i, iu fact, the most valuable ever
sent from this pirt. Kic Ment srrinements have
been mide in tbe vesad for t'ie safe keeping of the
sto: k duii'ig tbe voyage, an! in order tbat they
may arrive at th. ir destination in eood condition.
This department was under the direction of Mr.
Bell, of the Adelphi stables, who displayed his usual
skill and judgment in making the uectsiarry ar
rangements for the s'lipmcnt.
Singular Scit. Mrs. Widow Lafarge lately
instituted suit in one of tbe New Orleans
courts Bgtiost Messrs. Harris & Morgan, for
damages ot $13,000. She alleged that tbe de
fendants, as proprietors of the 1 eias line of
steamships, caused the brankrupfcy of her late
bu-band, John Lafarge, tbe sinking of bis fa
mily to penury, and bis eventual o'eatii of a
broken beart, by illegally and maliciously re
fusing to carry freigbt to bint at Point Islam',
where be bad lnves'ed all bis mean in the
commission and forwarding business, building
warehouse, etc ; they refn-wg to carry freight
tjr him even when offered tbtir pay in ad
vance. The case baa come to a conclusion in
fivor of tbe plainMF; the jury awardicg btr
tlatOHges of f 5,ou oi and cost.
Disti.xocisuid Deaths. Robert Burns, the eld
est sou of the poet, died at Dun fries ia hi "7th
year, attended by hi two brother. Col. Wiil am
and Lieut.-Col. Jamei Burns. Ia earlier life be bad
hell a government situation, sod up to bis death
was in receipts of a comferUUe pension. lie is
said to bave inherited ia some Utile degree the ly
rical genius of bis father. Mr. Jimee FrehSell.
junior, the solicitor to the Bank of England, aad
tbe leading commercial lawyer in London, also died
recently. Ia th; case tbe event was altogether ox
expected. l!r FrtsbSelJ was in bis (3:b year.
Dxith or Ma. SrasAao We regret t-i bear of
the diath, at Richmond, Va , on the tl lust, of
Robert C Stanard, E-q, aa eminent lawyer, and
on of the late J a Ige R )brt Sunar J. To abiltiea
cf tbe first order, snd extsnsive acj-jiremects in bi
profe-sion, be united social virtues end merit, which
make bi death a Calamity deeply UU, ia the wide
circle of bis Hands and admirers.
Roll en, ye m"nstrom whl bone hoops roll on I
Tea thousand tqulbsar l.usched atyc ia vain.
Mao marks the world In Lis reetlets cuorse.
But csonot toeeb the boop ; ttiey lauh in seora.
Joke, p twisters, elerjymen, the press and atlt
And wkeo they die aa die tbey mutl
(TiU be because tbej bare goue tbir f x&Laied
A Good Race.
The spring racing on the Fashion Course, New
York, commenced on the 5th inst,, with a four mile
race, which resulted as below:
tfitiDAT, June 5. Swerp3takes for four vear ol la.
$200 subscriptions, $100 forfeit, with $15 added
lour mile beats, closed with cine nominations
six paid lorleit :
Joho Hunter named cb. s. Nicholas I., bv
imp. Glencoe, out of Nannie Rhodes, by
Wagner - . . ... 11
T. & T. W. Doswcll named cV f. Sue Wash
ington, by Revenue, out of Sarah Wash
ington, by Zii'nacee - - - 2 2
0. P. Hare named b. c. Toler. hr Child Har
old, out of Marchioness, by imp.lowtoa dis.
First Heat. 2fite
1 57 Second
Friday Evening, June l3tb,185T.
COMPLIMENTARY BKSTFtT TO
. MISS MARION MA CAR THY,
THE STAR Ct THE SOCTH.
Mr. and Mrs. John Greene, Mr. Everett, Mr. Branch,
Wr.BlaNe.and Mr and Mr. Pavia have kindly voluntetr
td. Will he presented the rharmlng omedy of
FAINT HEART XZYER WON FAIR LADY.
RuvGomta Mr. BRANCH.
Duchess Misa MACAKTHf,
To be followed by VOCALIZATION, embracing variety
of choice Sonirs.
To conclude with the Comedietta of
A WIFE'S I IRST LESSOX.
In which Mr. an ' Mrs. JOHN GREt-NE and Miia MA
RION M ACAKl II V will appear.
T" Tj morrow even ng, Benefit of Mr. J Davb, and
last night of the teasou.
V7 KT80 Immediately two food plain workmen, to
" wlioai steadj work, and good wapea will be given.
Applj to SPUrfOIN TAY I .Oft,
Palmers, Graniers, Ac, Sc.,
June 13-dlw. Address P. O. Hox 140.
YANKEE NOTIONS FOS JUNE
Ti e best leme.iy for a du 1 hour. Just received by
iaaelL HAQAN BRO.
IIOOF. AMI LOT FOIl SALE.
IH WE a beautiful Houfe and lot on Crawford , .
street, ad ia good order, nhich I am Instructed aHA
to sell p ifitivelj. Those in want of a torre, cheap, Ji.
would do well to call on me soon. If not sold witnin a few
day a privately, it will be ojlered at public r.oetion.
. K. GLA4COCK, Agent,
Junel3. No.tT Cheiry st.
I.TlPKOVEIs CITY PKOPEKTY FOR
A VALUABLE House and L-t on Church at.,
fronting 81 feet on said street, running back
150, ft. or SI feet, and 1 65 deep, witb a tronlof 15 ft
on spruce street. Tnii is a valuable piece of Dion-
erty, and located in the finest neighborhood in the city,
and will be auld on liberal terms, inquire of
E. K. GLASCOCK. Agent,
jinel2. ro. 67 Cherry at,
T OTS No.. 81, 82,99 and 100. In Preaton Hav's sddl-
La tion to Nashville, fronting 64 te-t on Polk street, run
ning oaca ioj leei. A oargain will be given in these lota,
A I. SO,
A TWO 8T0RV BRICK, containing 6 or 7 rooms. The
lot fronting 90)4 feet, and running back 17 feet to aa
alley. This is very desirable prcp-rtv, and situated a
short distance trom the residence of Mr. Biloo. We will
give a barvain tn ihis property.
A beautiful lot on Crawford street, running back to
McLemore street ISO feet
All of the above property Is located In thr'vinar Dortions
of the City, an tl persona desirous of m ikinp purrhases at
a bargain, will call on E. K. GLASCOCK, Agent,
Juneli. 67. Cherry st
BY virtue r f two fieri Um-i to me (1. reeled, and delivered
trom the Honorable Circuit Court of Davidson county.
Tennessee, at its Mav term, ISM, I will expose to putlic
sale to the hiirliest bidder, for cash, at the Court-houe
varrt gate, in the CHy of N slville, on SAIURiMY. J HE
1STH DAV OP JCLY. 1-7. a'l th. r irht. title. claim, in-
t-re-t sn I estate which John O. MeLemore the" had. or
mav h eve since acquired in and lo the following described
tract, piece, parcel or lot of ground, to-wit: a part of Lot
No. 141, in hs or ginal plan of the city of -Nashville,
sun Dojnnea as inows, to-wit: lietfinning on the
corner o' (lav and fpruce stietti in said citv, running
inenee wi n me line ot ,-pru e street in a southerly oi ec
ion, 116 f.et 8 im-hes to the c"rn.r ol a pari of aid Lot
nereioi..re sola to John ?amuel Micner, thence at right
anales wlih aail hpruce ftreet 180 f-et to a stone, thence
paraMwiih said hprure ftreet in a Northerly direction
126 feet 8 inches io Gay street, thence wiih the line of
Gay ureel in a westerly direct on 8'l feet to the b-ein-
nmi, being ler ed on aa Ihe p overty of John C. McLe
irore. to sati-fv i idi nentt tendered in favor of James a
Joseph Wootts, Ka'rs of Rjb't Woodi and V. K, Stevenson.
against Said McLemore.
JOHN K. IDMOMSOI, Pht r ft,
June 12, 1357. BY R. H. CAMPBELL, P. 8.
ONLY 25 it 15 CTS
COL. WOOD'S GRAND MUSEUM
WILL positively clo e on PA1USOAY NIHIIT, Thura
dav, rr.day and baturday, 11th, 12;h and 13.h, last
three day .
Prices have been put to accommodate all, so look oat for
Poors open firm 2 to 6 and from T to 10 P M. Admit
tance to the whole 25 centa; Children and Servants 15 eta.
I'll JIERVA tOI.Ltlii:.
Tnit eighth annnal commencement of Minerva CoPege
will take place on Friday th l-'th. Kierches to
commence at 9 o'ciocit. A. M. The public generally are
reqje-t 'd to anend. Th next session f this institution
wiil beg-in the 1st day of e'epteml er, IS57.
june9-4t. 8. JOXES Principal.
BENTS AND LE&SE AT AUCTION.
ON Raturdav, the 20th June next, I will let bv puMic auc
tion, to the highest bid r, all the oTScei, room, ter.e
mer.U and vacant ground, aiao nt to ihe new Pott OOiee,
on Chuich and Cherry t ti. Th a property wil I be let at it
it 1T t.o yes.rj, pay.ble qjane'W. with approve I fecunty
iuB.nk. E. II. GLAf-0 't K, Aaer.t,
June 10-td. No. 6?, Cherry st.
II 1 K E It Y, CO F EC T I O Y A It Y, A c.
CHARLES ROBE ?T-OV,(Ute of tha firm of J. O. C.
Robertson, broad a' reet,) continues his business at No.
17, Market street, (opposite Morris 4 Stratmn's,) whira
he is prepared U. esecute aod fill a'l orders in all the
brar.c'.es ol B k nr. Confectionary, Ac , wl h which he miy
be fivo.rd. His m.t-ria . are freh and of tfe betqutll
ty.and he flsf.ers himself, that he on give the n.ot rer
fet sati-f to ten. lle.wili sell by whu'e'ile or retail, and
o'ders from a distance are tolicit d. He returns rraiif I
thanks for th- lir,-e patronage he ha l.eret ft re rec-lvid,
and p'edgea bUiseif to merit a continuance of tna i.m9.
June J- -if.
WHITE SILK E0NNETS BY EXPRESS.
REElVEO th:s rooming by Expre i a lot of White Silk
Bonneta, of the very latettsiylea and beautiful ma
terial. Al-o, 2 cases of elegant snail fig'd French J-eonetta,
with SoO pei WMte Muixjueto Ne't.rg. Our Ho- k of eno-ta
In reneral Ii well auoried, and will be offered io frcAififa
my at low prices.
JuneS. iuc IRBY MORGAN A CO.
CINCINNA TI VIS TILLER Y.
yriS ii-BEcrc. Y?N
) ISfSF CAtrKER -tv
y c:ixtiiiam.:o.o. v,
lfl Will S K n V. V Vi
I S.N. TIKE'S J
o oxtivt inrtiPJSJCTi
caltioi to parti Kit pcmchsis
8. IV. PIKE'S
THt CNDIR-IINED. atnnVtirrr aide l TXT
proprietor of the abova br.ad af WH i J "t, .5 Jl o
weald re.pewtfully iof.r hie eastotaers and Pur Vt i
ehasere of this cciebfa'td brand, thattacra has et,ri i i
the Charleston acd o'h--r 8wihe' aiaik.ui a raasn-rteit
i.f lit above WhiV. being a poutoooue ImiUtlen, btatdeJ
a tilar to bi brand; it paw-t an ier the name of i. S l ke'e
Mmoo'u Wbl.ty, Cincinnati. Ohio, ad oUier aanma w.al
Ur lo 8. N. f Ike Aa 'hera la bo party la this eitt of tho
aao of S. N. Pike, st ia tnteud- to Inipoe acd aWcivo
Ihoao wo woald othaao the genu a brand. eaao tha
mtrair Dl to wt p.rti on the r guard, aa Usero are sovoral
penoeis la Ua et sol w.t auak ag ao isaiiauow, oaxt
mf ' a si ght a Urauua. I kt aaayal
several axplrt ol th a cunrt. I ..J, anj .nd that it
eoataiui a deadly potroa; fits Uct atona ia-l no tooaa
traa th pub! a, proi t thoi WM ar. nablo w a orlv,
and prev.o! the ml raita attca tog uto ooo ol tk;
r-atoooai ImtnUoa. I -1 hereby oaauao thaeoaoter
feiwrsomy braa lht I all proMCat thow ia too fa'J
sa of Use raw. 1h jnaioe a. ft M.gooita
WaUky ta diMli ol fWro the fee t qaaliLth ol ao an
Cora, aa la warraaUJ fr rose any oetouvuiuaoeooaoa
loos oovowial, it being a pjraaad H.a'iiy bor.ra.o.
partis, h.v rtccBt-y ewrweowi suaatrj a arao
ot Mkltiy C.LXXO Maanu-ia, bttk.y ax aa la.ieilroil
cf my trw Vf aud, so ta eavtul a d get the aa'y go
MafQol; Wkiasy s-ad la tb tatieJ eiaioa. a ututJvd
ayhysao, (ts'ii H rllt,
aprtu !y No. IS a&d to Sseaaaoro s,
"ATtS-eJO kf ol 6riU, S . w e.
kmxd, lot i k co,
era in want of a aaperior aruci oi -
cheap tor cash. apraJ 6MITJ. CAMP A to.
SODA FOUNTAIN, ATi
w- as. on Caerrr street, ia alt read J for
.'"I.,. ,k. .K;t with delic ous beverage.
the fammer.wsw; ' cUABU!3 MlbLER.
RAGS. I will pay 31 cents
f"- Caah for rood Cotton and lm' ('
liveredatmy Rag Store on tbe " ' .
Square. Woolen Ld Silk Rag. are "JggjTSMa.W.
th PRINTERS.' We have
. wt sier Royal Press, nearly new and
" trr'1'hch w " smith: CAMP CO.
HAGAN & BRO.,
Book Sellers and Stationers,
So. C9 Market & IVo. 6 Union St.,
Frank Leslie's Gaette of Fashion, for Jane, lust received
by ionei HAGAN rEO.
COUNTER FE IT DETECTORS.
White k Thoipron's Dettctor for June, just received
by HAGAN BRO.,
jane 5. Union and Market at.
IIOOPI R FBIIT HOOK.
Hoep-r Western fruit Eook.juat received by
Jane 5. HAGAN k BRO.
A general assortment in atcre, lor tale by
jnne 5. HAGAN k BRO.
THI! IIVE CP CFAIiLCTII BRONTE, autboi-of Jane
Eyre.Ae. By E. C Garkell. Svols., el.
ADAM GRAIMF.. CP MA53URAY. A Novel by Mrs.
Oliphant, author of Zaidee Ac. 1 voh, 12mo.
AN AMERICAN MERCHANT IN ECR?PH, ASIA AND
AUSTR ALIA; APeries of letters by Geo. P. Train, with an
IntroJuction by Freeman Hunt, A. M. 1 vo12mo.
LOVE? OP PARTS. Illustrated. By Eugen Sua.
MYSTf RIE3 OF LONDON. By Reynolds.
BORDER ROVER. By Emmerson Bennett. Another
supply just received by
Bavl3 HAGAN k BRO.
NEW VELLUM PAPER COPYING BOOK.
THIS Book will be found to posses g-eat advantage over
the old at vie, from the prer being bth thick and
stronv. and trill not tear vhen dampnI. It takes a
most perfect iiri resficn, and ita psges will be a conven
ient to refer to aa these of an ordinary Diy Bjck. When
once In nse. Its great anteriority will be apparent, both for
Coping letters. Accounts, Currents, Mani.cats and other
Documen's. For aaie by
Jjnel. a o CHARLES W. PM'TH.
THE Tf STIVONY OF THE ROCK3-Hueh Mil'er.
BIOGRAPHICAL AND HISTORICAL SKETCHES Ma-
AMERICANS IN JAPAN by Robert Thomas.
ARCTIC ADVENTURES BY SEA AND LAND Sargent.
HANSFORD A Tale of Bacon's Rebellion.
THE DAV8 OF MY LIFE An Autobiography.
TWO TEARo AGO bv Rev. Charles Kingsley.
THE OLIVE BKANCH; OR, WHITE OAK FARM.
GACT GCRLEY-.OR.TUZ TRAPPERS OF CM 3 AGOG.
DDCT0R ANTONIO, A TALE OF ITALY by RdOai.
GRACIE AMBER by C. W. Deunison.
ISABEL The Young Wife and the Old Love.
LEONI DI MONOTA, AND OTHER P0EVI8,
Just received by
May 26, GAB. CHARLES W. SMITH.
T AM expec'in
g dai'y a fupnly or Onion 8eed, water
1 Melon, Nutnier and
C.tn'e'ope feeds, and a choice
varety ot Flower feeds.
fend in orders early.
M. 8 WFUFR
FEOI It, FEOI K.
BBL? and TOO bats of Et- F.imily Flour, In
store and for a tie at Q'-ICK A H:i .,
No. 11 South Colleae ati eet.
BCSHELS Trime Potatoj' in a'ore and or sale
Q' l.'K MEAO,
No 11 Jou h College St.
Xogvocs for Sale.
T HAVE a goo' lot of NE'IROEJ on hand, amorg them
I there are sever -I goo cook., a i oo I b acN smith, good
brick mason, severnl good fanmlies; ail ol which 1 am anx
ious to sell, and wul se 1 them low.
my-iH R W. P1RTER.
In store and bcina received fur aile by
iVo. 13 Xorth Market Street, a fee stqpt Mow the
"Old Xas'ivWe Linn Lot.
fTinE stock Is compofed f the mo-t extensive and bean-
L ti'ul avortmeut of Rritish, French, India and American
Dry Good., and ia rendered con pl.t by the a dit'on of a
thousand pC a tea ol Boots, Brogans, Shoes. Hata, Bonis
nets, Ac , all of which have been purchased a- low as money
could buy them, and wul be sold aa low as they can be sold.
n avlf 3 n
BY THEIR FRUITS SHALL YE KNOW THEM!
OLD FIRMS AND NEW FIRMS J
HAVE YOU A IIERRIXG SAFE?
Ruy before It too I. ate!
NEARLY A DOZEN FlRs! A PAY ARE OCnCRRINO
THRoCGHOt T 'IHi LH El) FT TE1.
IT MA Y BV YOVR TCRX SEJT!
TRIUMPH OF HERRING S SAFES
Great Fire at Lynchburg. Virin:a, January 6; Saved
Book", Pat ers and Jto ev J. 11. I r. nm on a Co.
Great Fire at l.er y. New York. January 18; Saved Books,
Pi era arid Money J. SI. r r m n.
Fire at Sirrnbury, Connect c it, Fr-bruary 8; Paved Book;
Papers ani Slmey llacon a I rubers.
Ka'ton Street Kire.Ni York, F-bruarv 10; Saved Books,
rat--rs and Money J. M. .im-hild a Co.
Fir at Boutt court countv, Virioia, February 26; Saved
Books. Paper, and Money Jones A Slavs.
Fire in llenrv ftreet. N iw York, March '.9. Saved Books,
Papers ami Slorev Carrir.gton and IiotiKlierty.
lire t F re in M-ibile, March 21, caved Books, Papers and
Money W. SI. P easant'.
Great Fir in r so ton, Pennsylvania; Saved Books, Pa
pers and Money t. A W. he Ier.
Great Fire at Peterahnrir. Vlrgin'a. Mav II; Saved Books,
Papers and Motey Fa coner, Plummet A i o.
Fi'e t Sloui.t Br. d.e. Can !a, July o; raved Books, Pa
per snd Money J. W. Kmer-on.
Burning of Hec-r's Mill., Kro klyn, October 11; Saved
Bo ks. Psprs and Monet Uecker Irmhi r
Ti e stb-criher a-e the enlv person. In this?tte aa-tlo-ise.l
to sell UKKRINl.M PATES r CHAMPION SAI LS,
warranted lo resist mora cr than any other fafea bow in
uie. SlcrtrSZlS A A1L.HO.N,
June 1, II College st., Na.hv.lle.
SALE OF A MEUUO WO U A.N.
HY vrtue of two eiec-itloos in favor of Alex Ledbetter
agam.tjame Tarp.ey, I will on Kalurday tbe
27tl of June, a: the Court hou-e wall, in thee tyef
N.shv.Le, a: il o'no- a, er'e to pub io ie, to the hgh
ei till. ier, for rath, a negro won an named Jul'a,aged
about iS year-, airo a goo I cook and washer; and levied oo
as the pr. pert; of 'a.d Tarpley, to aa'itfv aa d execulioua
S-tid ne.'ro can be e n at any t.me unul .be aay of ia at
tu.o3.ee or VSsa.C. iod.
Jane.-tJ'. TliOMAS HOBJON.C. D. 0.
""CRAIGHEAD & Co., "
XX J. XX. X 7S7 J0L X1.3D,
20 Public Squaiie.
f.MFS B. ORAiGHEaD having purcliaaed th ntlrln
J lere-t of Sir. WM. H. MiNclllN. in Lb bu-nea of
Cra gital A Min hi:i, is alon auihorurd o aaa th stmt
of the late Arm in liquidation, aud will cout-nu tbe bu-l
new -t the old sued. No. .'J Pucuo Ikjaar, under ihe tut
as above. Kay SI
Kxtra Familr Lard.
ITT E are potto. e op la quarter and ha'f barrels, an x
v V ccllent .rcic e i t Va oilv Lard, witch wa win soli lo
CvU3uM-r. eta sav somrtlnnj by par:haa ng of
mil-ln. WeaipS A CO.
11 LANIElt & CO.,
f XT E will offer In front cf oar War hoot .0 Tneaday,
V V Jane Into, at lu eMock, tor Caah, a largo stock of
Fresh Grocerie , via:
Suhd a. X rails St gar; 2) bl N.w.on's thribUt
I a bbls S. P. do distilled Whiskey;
It p. ref. da 5 boia Molaaae-;
Id bb.a. pew ured do 8H keg. Nail, aa-orted;
SJd bigs pnm BUliroor I'.lHa as.'d q lalttia.U gars;
Rio Ci.lt-.; 2i b(. U.r rot's 8aa3;
M kg priTte N. O. Coffe; ltm d -B Hoe k.U,
ItWboiraSiar Candle.; 2d ea.kctt Oda opagns;
ItalHAVhoat di 15 cask. b.t kn ua Soda;
bx auoried DImi are; V5 tax Sard ne;
labba.Vla Whiskey; 1"U bxs Harr mt;
I'V varioa. ao 3 Lcre luco,
f J Boarkua do 60 bas Toaoco;
i'i - Ky. do
wiih a'l 'b- amalr article lo tha Crocry Ua..
Barrt, is;;. a. LAXita CO.
r0 sell rood: a snaiuf u-u log boa- In this City.
J. Salary trom IK't U IM per aaautiajd ea.-OBso.
('a reipt of !, w il Irarl S.tup s bv kxeoaa
with inHruc juaa, or, add est onuq g k i). Staaia lor
particulars, C. B. OKYIS.
Raal Firtit and Xtue kVoxer,
Ji j. SO, Alia at, Clna.na.l , ' (ill.
Jan l lyt Pu OrBs boa tstn.
Six Hiauta Freezers.
U'Khtvaoa haod a small mpply of tho faeaooa'Pataal
ria MlNC Ta rifc-:Ktt, ik.t bar giv.n a ssuca
aUifaaiua la every c-o ta wkuck they kav a. a d.
FiT Miaute Freezeri.
UTZ havejaat reoeivad d:ret frw-o Nw York, a full
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aid k. u -tf ta aar thusg aw t-cfu tk paolie. A
w. w.rr.Bi ih.o art-!, ta be aa 4 as rtra4, oar
aoaiaiaaar a4 not haaUrt te Uf '.k m.
Ics Crca Freezert.
Ur t ksvw the aid 'acLij-.nl Ice Crraaa Fraeawr, kad sua
Wem oail t,a ta ke mw
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Sill It T IIOnOVIN Wo ka aow a uer Is4 ol
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PA YE J VST RKCri VED
THE GEOLGGY CF TENNESSEE,
ii v n i c 1 1 a u o. ens It KY,
A. M , M. D., of Knotville.
Thi vo nme contilr a decri.tion of tha Mineral and
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"Y'EFPrt enn-tan"y on h-n.I a fine as-ort-nent of Con
JV ffctlunane., Fruitt, C r, Ale, c. II- t il, lo,
durinalhe season keep a .upplv of I 'E CREtM, of I bo
best quality. Ha re-pcjilly asks a sha.- of public pat
sn eh i rri st 1 1. e .
WILL sell for c tvh, to he highest b; I Ier, on the Pubiia
tare in Na hvil'e, at the old Co. rt House gate, on
30lhday of June 1857.
A hno-e snd purr-1 of l.n l. on the Murfret-sboro' tumpiVe,
aNiut f ur m.l-s f.-om N th III-, known the oi l Tavera
Stand, fo-reerlv re utded by Jaj. McCulloch and now, at
thi. time, by 7 hos. Vaughn. The shove land i. about ihrro
seres. Levied on as the prorerty of f"d nund Vauthn, to su
fyan ex-.-ut on in niv hand , is. ie-1 f om the Honorahl. Su
preme Co rt in Na hvi.l , Tenn., in favor ot Timothy Dob.
son Ad i inis!r..to-. A -.
Sal witl.lu iLe hours pr- rr bed -v law.
J SO. K. PMLNDOM. Fheriff,
June 1-td BvR. P. E?Tr3,D. SherirT.
psOfUHfA HOrSE. CAPE I3LAD CAPE MAY,
V Jw Jt.K. 1. I hie esteoKive establl.hm.nt wiil
bo opened Ibr the rt-centlon of fomninr on THI RDAY,
June 1 1, in.t. Bmee the elo-to of lat sevon it has been
put in eon-plete O'tler. Painted throunhout, Papered, and
much new Furnliure ad lei. A eon of the be.t drilled
Ctilored fervanta have been selected from this City and
Baltimore, and rverv attention will n vaid to secure tho
comfort and pleasure ol the gov't. Appicilun fr.r Room
or Cottage can be mad at thj o31 -e ol the subscriber.
Jun- 1 -eod2m. No. 9i Walaot street.
LEA & PERRINS'
PRONOUNCED BY fJ , .
w of Letter from a
connoisseurs f I Medical GeaUemafl,
1 At MAFRA,
'.TO BE THE
TO II 13 BROTHER.
Woactier.a. Mv, 151:
"Tell LEA A PER
RINS that their SsLCI
i. hiM e-teemd in In
lia, and ia. In my opin
on, the moat palatable,
i. well a the moat
hole"me Saoco that ia
no irnjcaiL to
EVERY VAKIET V
Th. only Mdn! awar'ed by th Jury of the New York Fx
hib tinn fur F or.iffo Saw... w-M obtained by LEA A PEU
Rl N S, for their W O RC r.-T a RS 11 1 K E S A C C E the wot ht-whIo
fame of which having led lo aiuoeru'ja mu at on., purchars
are earnr.t.y reiie.trd lo sew that tbe names of ' LEA K
Pr HRINS are Imi revwrd ujxin the BotUe and Stopper, and
printed upon Ihe labrla.
fcol Wholesale Ageute for the United State.
JOHN' DI75CA3 805S,
405. llroadwny, !i. Y.
A stock alwars In store. A 1, order, reorrved for dlree
shipment from EugUod May t, '67 ly sec p.
AGRICULTURAL AND SEED STORE
HO. ST. SDCTE MARKET ST . MASaTIXLE-
HATINT eaWLhel a g-arJ Agriealtaral Depot at
tho above plaa-.l d-ir all my old and trae frktada,
and the pah to at lr, to rail and , and examine
say stork in tra.le. Ta ei'tee, tie latest and moat ap
pntTed Mower, and Re. per., Barnhi 1. anrivail.d eoro and
cotton Drill.-. B-m ev" premium Plows aoj t.ul'iviurs, of
S.utitrkv; Garden fe-ts, of .very variety, a-so. Clover,
Tiaothy, Liu. imn, Orehir-t G'aa, Csnarv, Hemp and
Rat feed, Buckwteat and BitLy, e.o.taotlr eo kaod.
All k'oda of Agrtculmrai aad HurUcultaral Implcmeota aa
AU kia-ls of Copper. Tin. Be- and fhtei Iroa Wave
atill vaanfacturcd. and 8 t ve., t.r.twa. Ao-, h saio. Ag.
rica'taral I ep eiuoou not on l aid, ordot ed aad aold at tti
maaa'aetarer'. prta.o and tran-poe a l- A-so.Tinoera
Machiaae aad H .ai fr fro Peck, Sou lb k Co.w kua
fisMory, aoathingtoo, 0 bo.
Ja.i rntitti a ijin'y of Bu.h.Lima and Cre Boas,
Pampkiar.eL Pa aaie Uw tor aaa.
u. a. vn law.
(am. Urn. Walker at Afir Orlcins !
IkOT THE LAST CALL.
P01TT ULY HEjRJi Po aALt.
T HAVS hd a aew arn. UKELT TOC50 JTaV
1 t,R0M.easr.ogo. wwa.a4.yaaal girta, of a4
axM aaJ a-s cs .a.r.. '-. koom wvaata.
all tA kaod. Tbo-e wuhtag t a, saoa evil soon ant,
me the .. Taev or. tae oe'l f of t avo
ooVrwd ia that ssar.al
Na-kv I. W.s '. T
W. U kOfl.
Urn .VI CHer .WH,
VUQLSAL1 DRY GOODS.
A. J. DUNCAN & CO.,
tJ mow Is ew.let o a large aad oaplot sso- k ot
AIM MIX 1SI' HOOltS. of aew at t lea and aopo
noe taiite, wa.ea w aro aa.a-jg at ro wood prt-ee. kw
atym Orgaadioa aad MaUloa aad Draws Odod of a4 ,
aeaM Hw S'yl Priata.
8d do B each. J Pofexix
8 4 t aod 11 4 bleach d Shaoticg.
fc Un.a raeeting..
I do !' ee L n.aj
8 Vo lw Faaey Lioeos A?,-.
W ka aoo la ntut a ?m Urt 1 eooi te5 aaorU
aaout of Uis oax a 't ig vy a prt-.a to
n ti oat uj "V " 4
ei. tN a to.